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Wolff would quit F1 to start family

Susie Wolff has revealed that if she ever has children, she will quit motor racing. The wife of Mercedes boss Toto, 31-year-old Briton Wolff has stepped up her role with the Williams team this year. She will get two chances to drive the FW36 in the Friday morning practice sessions at grands prix, at Silverstone and Hockenheim in July. "Competing in a formula one race has always been the ambition," she told the Telegraph, "and as of last week I'm one big step closer. "I just need the chance. And I'll do everything I can to make it happen." In the male-dominated world of motor racing, Wolff has struggled at times to be taken seriously. Some think her burgeoning role...
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